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Anti-War

Phoenix Media Workshop

To prepare for Formerly Incarcerated & Convicted People’s (FICP) Day at the State Capitol, AFSC-AZ is offering a series of workshops in Tucson and Phoenix. This third workshop is designed to provide skills and messaging for talking to various media outlets. The goal of the workshops is to prepare directly-impacted people to descend upon the […]

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Socialist Night School – Social Democracy

Details Join us for our next socialist night school class! This one emphasizes the limits of social democracy. Syllabus with readings is below. We hope you can join us! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gk-0H8ce3XuY487ICD7S-mfJcTz-mXbubDuWFOyIBQI/edit

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AFSC-AZ’s Holiday Cards for Prisoners Party

Help us fill Arizona’s prisons with hope and compassion as we write holiday cards to thousands of people who are incarcerated throughout the state. We’ll craft messages of love and support to live music from Tucson favorites LOVELAND! We’ll have a KIDS COLORING BOOK STATION and an UGLY SWEATER CONTEST, plus cookies and eggnog! And […]

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Tucson Media Workshop

To prepare for Formerly Incarcerated & Convicted People’s (FICP) Day at the State Capitol, AFSC-AZ is offering a series of workshops in Tucson and Phoenix. This third workshop is designed to provide skills and messaging for talking to various media outlets. The goal of the workshops is to prepare directly-impacted people to descend upon the […]

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Chapter Meeting

Come join us at our monthly chapter meeting! We’ll vote on proposals, hear from all the committees and working groups, and spend time with our comrades. Hope to see you there!

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Socialist Night School – Imperialism

In this night school session, we’ll be discussing imperialism and its role in capitalist development; how socialists should analyze and respond to it; and opposition to imperialist war. Link to syllabus with readings is below. Hope you can make it! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gk-0H8ce3XuY487ICD7S-mfJcTz-mXbubDuWFOyIBQI/edit

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2018 CAIR-Arizona Banquet

We’re excited to announce the finalized date of the 2018 CAIR-AZ Banquet! This annual tradition will take place on Saturday, November 17th, 2018 – and the program will run from 6pm-9pm. We’re also excited to be holding the event at the NEWLY renovated Hilton Mesa-Phoenix, which has undergone a stunning overhaul recently. Save the date […]

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Severed Ties: The Legal and Humanitarian Impact of U.S. Immigration Policy

Image credit: John Moore/Getty Images Stories of children separated from their parents along with being confined to cages have enraged people and motivated them to respond urgently to end this extremely challenging and emotionally wrenching situation. Tucson community nonprofit organizations have opened their hearts and their resources to assist in every possible way. As a […]

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Election Decompression

If you’re tired from a long election season … we want you here. If you did just the right amount of self-care that you’re asking, “What’s next?” … we want you here. It’s everything a decompression is all about, beers, cheers, snacks and music. Plus you leave with an action plan and maybe some new […]

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General Meeting – Protecting Migrants

It’s our second general meeting of November! We’ll be talking about how we can support community events making Tucson and the border safer for migrants, including the upcoming School of the Americas Watch Border Encuentro.

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